Highroads Takes to the Internet Highway

Website debuts for AAA Arizona’s award-winning magazine

Phoenix, July 8, 2013. Since 1969, AAA Arizona members have delighted in stories about travel, cars, dining, and entertainment while perusing Highroads magazine. AAA members receive the bimonthly publication as part of their membership package. 

The magazine, which has a circulation of about 490,000 and an audience of nearly 1 million, recently debuted its online version at AAAHighroads.com. The free site, which is open to AAA members as well as nonmembers, is formatted for viewing on any device, including desktop, tablet and Smartphone.

“We’re pleased that we can now offer Highroads readers and all Arizonans access to more of what the print magazine does best,” says Jill Schildhouse, editor-in-chief of Highroads. “On AAAHighroads.com, readers can expect to see web-exclusive travel stories and automotive news, plus an expanded calendar of Arizona events. There’s also an extensive archive of past articles, perfect for doing research prior to booking travel or buying a new vehicle.”

Highroads online includes:

  • Interactive elements, including maps and videos
  • Web-exclusive articles
  • A searchable library of past print-edition stories and episodes of weekly TV show AAA Presents Highroads with Dan Davis
  • A responsive design that allows the site to adapt to any viewing platform

Current featured articles include:

Highroads magazine is a go-to source for the motoring and traveling public. For more information, visit AAAHighroads.com.

AAA Arizona, the Arizona affiliate of AAA, provides automotive, insurance and travel services to more than 825,000 Arizona members. Annually, AAA’s Roadside Assistance responds to more than 450,000 calls for help on Arizona roadways. The auto club also provides insurance, travel, auto repair, discounts and financial services to AAA members. Since its founding in 1927, AAA Arizona has been a leading advocate for the safety and security of all travelers.